Owners of 20 Recalled Mercedes-AMG G 65 Vehicles in for Potential Wild Reverse Ride
If you are the owners of one of 20, $220,000 Mercedes-AMG G 65, driving in reverse could turn into an unexpected joy ride.
The 2017 model of these so-called G-wagons has been recalled due to instability while driven in reverse at speeds higher than 16 mph, but just 20 vehicles have this problem. These vehicles, equipped with a 6.0-liter 621-horsepower bi-turbo V12 engine, are powerful. Indeed, any abrupt change in steering while above this speed could cause instability and potentially a rollover.
The models affected were manufactured between Sept. 6, 2016 and Oct. 10, 2016.
Fortunately, the repairs can be done quickly as dealers will simply update of the ECU software at no charge to customers, according to the report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA).
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Motorists who are grappling with ongoing problems with their Mercedes AMG G 65 or any other vehicle due to software or other issues, could be eligible for compensation under California and or Federal Lemon Laws.
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